Lakers-Celtics 89-96

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Boston came from behind in the final quarter to beat the Los Angeles Lakers 96-89 and level the NBA finals at 2-2.

The Celtics trailed by two points going into the last period but won it 36-27 to prevent the Lakers from pulling clear in the best-of-seven series.

Kobe Bryant poured in 33 points for the visitors but, despite a disappointing game from Ray Allen, the Celtics refused to throw in the towel.

Paul Pierce top-scored for Boston with 19 points.

Celtics reserve forward Glen Davis scored nine of his 18 points in the fourth quarter and Nate Robinson also came off the bench to finish with 12 points.

“I felt like a beast. Like I couldn’t be denied,” said Davis, who shot seven of 10 from the field.

“It was all will and determination. This is where you grab the moment. All you can do is play in the moment.”

Game five is on Sunday at the Boston Garden before the series shifts to Los Angeles for game six and, if necessary, game seven.

The Celtics, champions in 2008, are seeking a record 18th NBA title while title-holders Los Angeles are chasing their 16th crown.

Celtics mainnya nafsu banget, even at the last quarter. But still a nice match.

Congratulation for Celtics, just your luck. GO SPURS AND LAKERS !

Lakers-Celtics 89-96

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